IIFL Finance, one of India’s largest non-banking finance companies, along with IIFL Foundation, organises various community activities under the banner of “Milan” through its extensive network of branches. These activities positively impact communities and form part of IIFL’s mission to give back to local communities and the society.
At IIFL, we believe that preparing for financial future of family is of utmost importance and helps to focus on what a family wants to accomplish. Towards this mission, IIFL Finance conducted “Future Ka Ganit” workshops on 21st December, 2019 in more than 1,100 IIFL branches on a single day in over 900 cities across the country. These events explained that financial planning is about more than just savings but includes investment in various growth and tax-saving tools along with careful money management.
Mr. Saurabh Kumar, Head, Gold Loans stated,“IIFL Finance is a responsible organization pursuing ESG, i.e., Environmental, Social and Governance, goals among its prime objectives. Through “Future Ka Ganit”, we guided families to take steps to set their financial goals and work towards achieving it. Our mission does not end here. Anyone can walk into any of the 1700+ IIFL Finance branches across the country and take free advice on how to plan for their family’s financial future.”
Through its CSR programme “Milan”, IIFL Finance has touched more than 4 lakh lives till date by conducting innovative programmes related to health, preservation of environment and financial literacy.
IIFL Finance is a systemically important Non-Banking Financial Company not accepting public deposits and engaged in the business of home and property loans, gold loans, loan against securities, SME business and micro-finance loans. IIFL Finance has a long-term credit rating of AA (Stable) by Crisil, AA (Stable) by ICRA and AA (Positive) by CARE.
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